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Myles Coldwell, CAT(C)

Myles is a certified Athletic Therapist who has worked with many university, semi-professional, and professional sports teams, including Edmonton Elks of the Canadian Football League. In addition, Myles has extensive experience working in university clinics, where he has been responsible for assessing and treating athletes. With a focus on holistic treatment, he has returned to his home in Nova Scotia with the goal of increasing awareness of the benefits of Athletic Therapy.

Myles adopts a comprehensive approach to care, treating the body as a whole and utilizing a range of techniques to support his clients' recovery and return to their desired activities. These techniques include RAPID Neurofascial Reset, instrument-assisted soft tissue release, cupping, and precise exercise prescription. Through this approach, Myles, as a certified Athletic Therapist, strives to ensure his clients return to their activities safely and efficiently.

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What is Athletic Therapy?

Certified Athletic Therapists [CAT(C)] are healthcare (clinicians) and paramedical (emergency responders) professionals, with an expertise in musculoskeletal conditions that provide comprehensive and consistent care from injury to safe and full return to activity in all areas of life.  Athletic therapists provide pre-hospital medical emergency management, immediate care and reconditioning of musculoskeletal injuries and illnesses, and provide an unbiased, objective perspective to help educate patients (and organizations) on minimizing the risk of further injuries/illnesses.  Athletic therapists must have fulfilled academic and practical requirements as governed by the Canadian Athletic Therapists Association.  They must also undergo stringent education and testing standards in order to certify at the national level.


  • Rapid increase in pain-free activity

  • Long lasting results

  • Create optimal joint mobility and range of motion

  • Improve posture and joint positioning

  • Decrease adhesions in joint capsule and other connective tissues

  • Reduce recovery time

  • Enhance immune system

  • Improve oxygenation

  • Significantly reduce stiffness and pain levels

  • Promote relaxation

  • Improve sleep,digestion and energy levels

  • Improve sport specific performance

  • Increase level of relaxation of all fascial components from joint capsule, ligaments, tendons and muscle throughout the body.

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  • Those with chronic pain

  • Those that train regularly

  • Those that want to prevent injury

  • Those that want to improve performance


  • Back and neck conditions

  • Leg Pain (Sciatica)

  • Knee, foot and ankle pain

  • Shoulder and elbow pain

  • Whiplash

  • Plantarfasciitis

  • Frozen Shoulder

  • Shin Splints

  • Arm or wrist pain

  • Carpal tunnel syndrome

  • Migraine and tension headaches

  • Fibramyalgia

  • Bursitis

  • Arthritis

  • Chronic and Acute Injuries

  • Limited ranges of motion

  • Performance asymmetries/limitation 

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